09 January 2023

Education Above All Fellow (1position)

Education Above All Fellow (1 position) 

Al-Quds Bard College is proud to partner with the Education Above All Foundation (EAA) in Qatar to offer AQB students an exciting and generous scholarship opportunity to provide marginalized Palestinian youth and adults, refugees and students from historically underserved communities with inclusive and equitable access to high-quality US-accredited and Palestinian-accredited undergraduate and graduate education. As a shared priority with the Foundation, civic engagement is an intrinsic aspect of the EAA-AQB Scholarship program. All scholarship recipients are required to complete a mandatory number of civic engagement hours each semester.

In support of a well-developed Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system, the EAA Fellow is based on the Al-Quds University campus in Abu Dis, Palestine, and assists the EAA Program Manager with monitoring and evaluation activities for the EAA-AQB Scholarship Program. The EAA Fellow’s primary responsibility is completion of the quarterly update of the Student Database and other forms, as appropriate. Likewise, the Fellow assists the Director with site visits and other activities as tasked, and acts as an ad hoc support to the Communications and Qatar Scholarship Officer. Together with the Director, the EAA Fellow works to ensure that the day-to-day logistics of the program as well as corresponding monitoring and evaluation are carried out with keen attention and timely completion.

This position is based in the AQB building on the Al-Quds University campus in Abu Dis. The fellow reports to the EAA Program Manager and will be trained upon hiring.

The EAA fellowship encompasses such tasks including but not limited to:

  • Completion of quarterly update of the Student Database and other Monitoring and Evaluation forms/projects for the EAA-Qatar project.
  • Support as needed in relation to communications, logistics, and administration for the EAA-Qatar project and AQB
  • Play a central role, with the Program Manager and the Communications Officer, in tracking, reviewing, and evaluating civic engagement projects of all EAA Scholars (at the undergraduate and graduate levels)
  • Work with the Student-led initiatives fellow and the OSUN fellow to promote civic engagement activities to all scholars; and to work on assessing civic engagement at the College level
  • Other tasks as determined by the Manager

The Fellowship is a full-time appointment, consisting of a 35-hour workweek.  You must be an AQB graduate to apply. You are expected to be on campus five days a week, from Saturday to Wednesday, 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, and to attend weekly meetings with your reporting supervisor on your administrative responsibilities.  To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The application deadline is January 18th, 2023.